March 2nd :: Starting Fresh

It’s been a minute. I know we all have lives and get busy, but I really dropped the ball for a while there. We were so busy adventuring across the continent, moving then adventuring some more I lost track of how much doing this lights my fire.  I know I am meant to nurture folks like you through food and witty one liners, but it is easy to lose sight of in that in the day-to-day hustle.

So, here I was in the middle of Baja California living my #bestlife and was super inspired to recreate this food-community! Now that we’re officially settled into life in Victoria, Corbin is in school, Rowen in pre-school full time and my husband is away 2/3 weeks I have found the time and energy to make Eat Wild My Child a priority again! *Cheers*.  I’ve decided to pare it back from 5 to 4 meals a week. Let’s face it – we’re eating out or leftovers or Annie’s at least once during the week. Am I right? And for the weekend? You are adults – you’re on your own 😉

I’ve gone back to some of my fave meals that are super healthy, spring inspired (‘cuz haaaaay there sunshine I feel you), and VERY well tried and tested. Going forward I promise to:

a) provide you with inspiration for healthy meals *pretty much* every week

b) Give you an opportunity to purchase individual meals and snacks the will help you reach your health goals

c) not be hard on myself if I miss a week, month, year, whatevs I need to stay sane. and hopefully inspire you to be a little more creative in the kitchen and a little easier on yourself too.

With our further ado, Here are the meals for the next week:

  1. Thai Peanut Empowered Noodle Bowl: Buckwheat soba noodles, lots of fresh veggies, all covered in an almond butter sauce – This one is probably my #1 more requested meal. Even with my family.  It’s from the Oh She Glows Cookbook. If you’ve been to my house for dinner, you’ve had it.
  2. Protein Power Goddess Bowl:
  3. Metabolism-Revving Spicy Cabbage Soup: Hangs down my favourite soup of all time. Especially served with homemade Seedy crackers, and topped with Cashew Cream. This one is from Oh She Glows Everyday. Angela Liddon is a goddess and I cannot wait for her next cookbook.
  4. Mediterranean Falafel Bowl: fresh greens, parsley lots of olives and veggies topped wth baked falafels, hummus and tahini sauce.  From Minimalist Baker who is my go to for easy, comforting meals and baking.


One Comment Add yours

  1. Memah says:

    Well its about time! miss your humour, thanks for inspiring me!


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